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Re: '94 Ford Crown Vic Headlights
They are changed from within the engine compartment... at the rear of the headlight bazels... if it's the side on the battery you may have to remove it.... also don't touch the bulbs with your fingers as that shortens the life of them.
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reach underneath and hit the starter housing a few times with a hammer,if it now works either replace the brushes in the starter which cost about $20.00 ,or replace the starter which costs about $90.00.(parts only for both estimates)
There is a "switch" inside the door lock ...it has small ball at the end that retracts when the door is closed.
You can either replace the switch by removing the door panel and get access to it (follow the wire) ...or you can access it thru outside of door lock with small and long scredriver and free the ball with some lubricant.
Yes you can replace it. It is in the fuel tank. You will need to drain the tank and remove it to gain access to the fuel pump. A floor jack will help when lowering the fuel tank. If you fo to a dealer to do this you will be looking probably around $700.00 to replace the pump.
If only the headlights are dull and not putting out the correct light, I would suspect a bad ground (earth) connection somewhere in the headlight circuit or the fuse for the headlight circuit. Something is causing excessive resistance and causing less voltage to be provided for the headlights. If all the lights are dimly lit, then I would check the charging system, the battery and the ground cable for the battery, chassis, and engine.